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Marvell Launches Industry's First Native NVMe RAID Accelerator


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Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) today introduced the industry's first native NVMe RAID 1 accelerator, a state-of-the-art technology for virtualized, multi-tenant cloud and enterprise data center environments which demand optimized reliability, efficiency, and performance. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is the first of Marvell's partners to support the new accelerator in the HPE NS204i-p NVMe OS Boot Device offered on select HPE ProLiant servers and HPE Apollo systems.

 

As the industry transitions from legacy SAS and SATA to NVMe SSDs, Marvell's offering helps data centers fast-track the move to higher performance flash storage. The innovative accelerator lowers data center total cost of ownership (TCO) by offloading RAID 1 processing from costly and precious server CPU resources, maximizing application processing performance. IT organizations can now deploy a "plug-and-play," NVMe-based OS boot solution, like the HPE NS204i-p NVMe OS Boot Device, that protects the integrity of flash data storage while delivering an optimized, application-level user experience.

 

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NVMe Raid is going to be interesting to see come out.  With the sheer amount of data that can pass through NVMe SSD's, it might make sense to offload that processing to some dedicated hardware while also increasing flash density in a system that has unused PCIe x8 or x16 slots.

 

Here's hoping that NVMe Raid is robust enough, but even Marvell themselves seem to be pushing this for use as a boot device.  To me, that implies putting the actual important data on other types of redundant storage.

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